Thai soldiers built houses inside Khmer territory in Chup Koki village

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Thai soldiers set up camps on the disputed areas.

Source: Khmer Sthapana newpspaer

Reported in English by Khmerization

A Cambodian military source said Thai soldiers had secretly built many houses inside Khmer territory near Ta Moan Thom and Ta Krabey temples in Ouddor Meanchey province.

A military officer who spoke on condition of anonymity said Thai soldiers had built houses inside Chup Koki village, Ampil commune of Banteay Ampil district for about one month already for their soldiers live.

He said Thai soldiers commenced building houses since July and now 10 houses had been completed already.

Mr. Neak Vong, commander of division 42 based at Ta Moan Thom temple and Gen. Chhum Socheat, spokesman for the Cambodian Defence Ministry, cannot be contacted for any comments.

However, Mr. Hour Bunthy, deputy commander of Border Protection Unit 42 based at Chup Koki Village West, said currently there is no Thai house in Chup Koki, by adding that houses previously built by Thai troops had been dismantled and demolished already after strong protests from senior Cambodian government officials.


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